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at black cat. the head of nsa was also here today, chief alexander, giving a speech to this group. they want to reach out to the private sector, reach out to the hacker community. we caught up with him in the hallways after his speech, and we asked him what he thought should happen to edward snowden? >> do you think edward snowden should be able to come back and face charges here? >> i do. absolutely. >> what do you think will happen to him? >> that's up to our judicial process. i think he'll get justice. >> you think you want the russians to let them go? >> absolutely. absolutely. i think there is more to the story. >> just like we're talking days in which they're allowing edward snowden to stay in russia. they'll be giving him a one-year visa. he'll be able to stay while his application is pending. guys, they are talking about this story here. there is an undercurrent of sympathy for snowden at this conference. a lot of division of opinion as well. back to you guides. >> i'm sure there is. thank you so much, aman. >>> the ranking member of the house means committee is here today
to meet one-on-one with president vladamir putin of russia. this comes after russia granted former nsa worker edward snowden asylum for one year. eamon javers live in washington with the consequences of this action. eamon? >> hi, tyler. well, can you tell that the relationship between president putin and president obama has gotten increasingly awkward in recent month. just look at the body language of their most recent meeting, the two men sitting some distance apart. putin though not looking very happy to be on a stage with obama and obama not happy either. this is what the white house had to say today in their statement. they said russia's disappointing decision to grant edward snowden temporary asylum was also a factor that we considered in assessing the current state of our bilateral relationship. now, that's why they cancelled this summit, but last night talking to jay leno on "the tonight show" the president said there are areas where the united states can still work together with rush, despite the recent unpleasantness. >> a lot of what's been going on hasn't been major breaks i
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